Hundreds network at Marina 84 Sports Bar and Grill

Mar 2, 2016 by Dorie Cox

More than 200 captains and crew got a chance to network at Marina 84 Sports Bar and Grill on March 2. The next Triton networking event is on March 16 at Nautical Ventures in Palm Beach.

(Photos by SUZETTE COOK)

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